Podcast: Is it time to rethink international peace-architecture?

Prof. John Doyle and Prof. Oliver Richmond

Prof. John Doyle in conversation with Prof. Oliver Richmond on “The Evolution of International Peace Architecture”. Prof. Richmond outlines his most recent research on the evolution of international peace architecture (forthcoming as a book with Oxford University Press) and offer insights on the state of peace in the 21st Century.

They discuss:

  • 02:30 – What is International Peace Architecture?
  • 25:00 – Contemporary peace-keeping architecture: contradictions and possibilities
  • 31:00 – What could a counter-peace architecture look like?
  • 34:45 – Breaking-out from the cyclical grand-design of peace architecture
  • 41:00 – A “new” theory, or a “new version” of an existing theory?
  • 45:45 – Identifying the tensions within existing peace architecture.
  • 51:00 – Interaction of a hybrid approach, with questions of territorial justice and redistribution.
  • 56:00 – Dealing with the ‘legacy-cases’ of the existing liberal order of peace.

Prof. Richmond’s upcoming book, “The Grand Design: The Evolution of the International Peace Architecture” can be purchased here.

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